Please join for a policy briefing on Wednesday, March 15, from 9:30 AM – 11:15 AM EST at the Atlantic Council (1030 15th St. NW, 12th Floor, Washington, DC 20005). This briefing will discuss policy coordination on cybersecurity policies in 2023.

The energy sector powers every other sector and is requisite to the delivery of services for other essential sectors such as education, healthcare, and media—and, more broadly, is the key sector that enables local economies. And as energy generation continues to diversify and transform to include more sustainable technologies, more automation, and distributed monitoring and control, it also becomes increasingly vulnerable to cyber threats. Although some policy action has been taken in the last few years to address this growing threat, more must be done.

This workshop will bring together the Atlantic Council team, practitioners and researchers from critical infrastructure community, and staff from across Congress to address these issues, with a particular focus on the Council’s recent research on the cybersecurity of the energy transition and streamlining critical relationship between DoE and CISA. The session will also highlight key potential legislative priorities for the cybersecurity of the energy sector in 2023.

The meeting will be convened in person, and the Atlantic Council will provide a virtual option for those who cannot join in person. If you are unable to attend in person, please request a Zoom link from Ameya Hadap (